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Aligned to Texas TEK 6.10B determine if the given value(s) make(s) one-variable, one-step equations or inequalities trueStudents will practice independently with these 20 engaging math problems at their seat or for homework. This also makes a great center activity! Answer key included.Students love

Students will simplify algebraic expressions by first substituting and then using the order of operations. Then, they will color the design by the colors listed next to their solutions!
#1 - 10 requires three operations
#11 - 15 requires four operations
Introduce pop art and practice an Algebra s

Substitution with algebraic expressions is a building block of algebra and geometry
Build algebraic reasoning skills while engaging every student
Easy lesson to differentiate to meet the needs of every student you teach
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Evaluating Expressions Using Substi

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Algebraic expressions – a key stepping stone toward a complete understanding of algebra. What delineates an algebraic expression from a numerical expression or from an algebraic equation? Why would we choose to use an expression with one or more variables in it when we could just fall back on thos

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This is an evaluating algebraic expressions with up to 3 variables Sudoku Puzzle. Focuses on substituting negative values in expressions with exponents. For the advanced student, 28 problemsA version without the Sudoku puzzle is includedMore language of algebra activities** If you are already an Al

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Just .... trust me on this one. Way fun!
Based on Grade 6, but great for beginning of Grade 7 activity.
Went through tons of sets each year because the kids kept wearing the cards out. Consider lamination! The students love it, it's healthy competition and encourages mental computation, and with p

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This paper chain activity is designed to strengthen students’ skills in evaluating algebraic expressions. Concepts Included• This activity includes both numerical only expressions and expressions with variables that students must substitute in values for. • The product is designed for a Algebra 1 cl

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Bundle ~ All My Algebra Products for 1 Low Price

In this activity, ell your students that all of the teachers at Express Middle school are absent on Talk Like A Pirate Day! Hang the task cards around the room. Have students evaluate each expression. Tell them that the variable is the “Substitute Teacher” for the class on the card. When students ar

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I created this tabular graphic organizer and worksheets to help my students learn the steps of evaluating algebraic expressions. The graphic organizer includes columns for these steps:
a) the original problem
b) substituting values for variables
c) completing operations inside parentheses
d) deter

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The objective of the game is to evaluate expressions using a specific value of their variable. In this game, equations are expressed in terms of x.
The players will utilize a board similar to a number line. The number line contains 40 points or breaks [from point 1 to 40]. These points may or may n

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This highly engaging performance task will allow students to use their creative sides in order to explore substitution and evaluating algebraic expressions. This. document is fully customizable to change it to whatever University you desire! My students loved this activity, the student choice aspect

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This is an evaluating algebraic expressions worksheet. I created this for students who were struggling with substituting numbers for variables. Given an expression for football scores, students will determine who wins and by how much. BASIC skills worksheet for students who need practice substitut

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Evaluating Algebraic Expressions is a building block of algebra and geometry
Teaching students how to evaluate expressions using stations gives students opportunity to use math talk
Easy lesson to differentiate to meet the needs of every student you teach
4 Engaging Stations
Station 1
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Students will evaluate 16 algebraic expressions and color the picture depending on their answers.
After completing this activity students will be able to:
*Substitute
*Simplify algebraic expressions
*Use order of operations to evaluate algebraic expressions
Clipart by: Krista Wallden
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Also included in: Algebra 2 Color by Number Activities BUNDLE

These notes introduce students to evaluating algebraic expressions using substitution (with positive integers only). Vocabulary that is reinforced includes expression, variable, order of operations, and coefficient with two guided examples. Two "we do" examples and two "you do" examples are also inc

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Your students will have fun while practicing combining like terms and evaluating expressions with these St. Patrick's Day activities! This resource contains the following activities:✅The Rainbow--In this activity, each student gets an expression and they combine the expression with a stripe on the r

Also included in: Holiday Middle School Math Activity Bundle

8 Stations!
8 problems at each station!
I divide the students into groups of 3 to 4, and they travel from station to station. Each student picks one problem from the station to complete.
For each of these problems, students have to substitute values into an algebraic expression and simplify. S

Also included in: Station Activities Bundle!

6th Grade Math – Expressions and Equations – Evaluating Algebraic ExpressionsYou deserve more time to spend building relationships and working with your students, not spending hours creating resources and materials. We understand this feeling deeply, and have put together this high quality lesson pl

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Do your students need more practice substituting values in for variables and then solving algebraic expressions. If so, make the task fun with this activity. Students solve the problems on the worksheet and color a worksheet to create a design.
To prevent students from discovering a coloring patt

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Deductive Algebra: Unit 1, Lesson 1: Create and Evaluate Algebraic Expressions
Objective: I can write algebraic expressions to model story problems, and evaluate expressions after substituting numeric values for variables.
Components: Introduction (objectives, launch): Items 1-3
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Algebra Concepts: Evaluating Algebraic Expressions includes a set of scaffolded worksheets to help students of various levels master the featured concept.This scaffolded worksheet set includes two 2-page worksheets with answer keys. The Form A worksheet includes example problems at the top of each p

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**WATCH THE PREVIEW VIDEO. FROM THE CREATORS OF THE ESCAPE CLASSROOM COMES THE MYSTERY CLASSROOM. WE HAVE JUST REDEFINED EDUCATION AGAIN WITH THIS NEW AND INNOVATIVE PRODUCT.** INCLUDES: 1) Mystery Activity2) Handout Material3) Lesson Plan On Subject 4) Power Point Presentation5) Promotional Videos

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Great 4-Door foldable to demonstrate evaluating algebraic expressions.
Door 1 - key terms/definitions (expression, evaluate, and substitution)
Door 2 - numerical problems (4 examples included with fractions and fractions and decimals - both positive and negative numbers included)
Door 3 - geometry

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